HoopsHype Jeremy Tyler rumors

July 14, 2013 Updates

The Knicks may re-sign aging Kenyon Martin but there’s a big chance the younger, taller Tyler will be invited to training camp — maybe even with a partial guarantee. Ironically, he grew up a fan in San Diego. “The Knicks have always been my favorite team,’’ Tyler said. “I’d love to be part of the organization. People would say, ‘you’re from San Diego. Why aren’t you a Lakers fan?’’’ New York Post

July 8, 2013 Updates
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March 23, 2013 Updates

As Santa Cruz gears themselves up for what surely promises to be a steady postseason run, they've reeled two players who have both played roles in their success back to town. Travis Leslie and Jeremy Tyler each return to the D-League Warriors hoping to give the team a helpful boost. Ridiculous Upside

March 7, 2013 Updates
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The Golden State Warriors have recalled forward/center Jeremy Tyler from the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. Tyler was assigned to Golden State’s D-League affiliate yesterday (January 20) and participated in the team’s 96-95 victory over the Erie BayHawks last night in Santa Cruz. NBA.com

January 20, 2013 Updates

The Golden State Warriors have re-assigned forward/center Jeremy Tyler to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. He is slated to join Golden State’s D-League affiliate in time for the team’s home game this evening in Santa Cruz against the Erie BayHawks at Kaiser Permanente Arena (5:00 p.m. tipoff). NBA.com

December 2, 2012 Updates
June 26, 2012 Updates

For that reason, don’t be surprised if the Warriors use Nos. 30, 35 and 52 to get a higher pick to follow up on No. 7. According to a couple sources, the Warriors would be happy to head into the offseason with three quality players to fill out their roster and start to build up their assets in the young talent department. That may not be good news for Charles Jenkins, Jeremy Tyler and Chris Wright. Contra Costa Times

April 11, 2012 Updates

On the team bus in Phoenix, Dorell Wright told Tyler not to think of the assignment as a demotion, but rather as a chance to show his abilities. Tyler took the advice and averaged 15.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.4 blocked shots in five D-League games before being recalled to the Warriors on March 6. "It was hard, because I was practicing and working every day, but it wasn't my time to get (NBA) minutes," Tyler said. "I just tried to stay ready and had confidence that my work wasn't going unnoticed. I think that confidence shows in my game, but I'm starting to understand the importance of taking a step back sometimes, just sitting, watching and learning." San Francisco Chronicle

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